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Delta Air reportedly will stop serving Taiwan in May
U.S. airline company Delta Air Lines will stop serving Taiwan in May, media reports quoted local travel agents as saying Friday.
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Trump admits Russian role in hacking
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's first news conference since winning the election was a combative and freewheeling affair, and the famously unconventional politician demonstrated he had not been changed by the weight of his victory.
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A teary farewell address, a fiery news conference and White House change
The outgoing president somberly ruminated about the fragility of democracy and earnestly implored Americans to reject corrosive political dialogue.
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Secretary of state nominee reaffirms Taiwan relations
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for his secretary of state reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to Taiwan, based on the Taiwan Relations Act (TRA) and the Six Assurances, during a Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday for his nomination as the top U.S. diplomat.
 
Senate takes first step to repeal Obamacare
The Senate has passed a measure to take the first step forward on dismantling U.S. President Barack Obama's health care law, responding to pressure to move quickly even as Republicans and President-elect Trump grapple with what to replace it with.
 
In a subtle rebuke to Trump, Clinton extols  power of diplomacy
Hillary Clinton, making a rare public appearance after her presidential election loss, offered an impassioned tribute to the power of diplomacy on Tuesday evening, saying the United States will "weather every storm on the horizon" by staying true to its "universal values."
 
Streep's Trump speech has galvanizing effect
Speaking in a hoarse voice that quivered with emotion, Meryl Streep silenced a boisterous Golden Globes crowd and sparked a clamor heard around the country, all the way to Trump Tower.
 
Chao says private investors can help boost transportation
The incoming Trump administration is looking to "unleash the potential" of private investors to boost the national transportation networks that underpin the U.S. economy, the president-elect's pick for transportation secretary, Elaine Chao, told lawmakers Wednesday.
 
A tornado in California? Not as rare as you might think
The latest storm to wallop Northern California whipped up a small tornado that downed trees and fences near Sacramento.
 
Maine college to unveil rare photo of Lincoln's inauguration
A Maine college is set to unveil a rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln's inauguration from 1861.
 
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